Besides having a comfortable bed, the best part of waking up at a hotel is the free breakfast. The Page Quality Inn was really cheap, had a great room and king bed, and has a big hot breakfast spread. There were the usual eggs and breakfast meat, and everyone's favorite: the waffle maker. We opted... Continue Reading →
How to Beer Crawl Boise in 3 Easy Steps
Delicious and beautiful, the War Cry by Barbarian Beer might not be the first thing you think of when you hear Idaho, but Boise has a vibrant beer community and some offerings that would make the mouth of any cicerone start to water. I'm going to highlight a few of my favorite places from my... Continue Reading →
Save our Parks! Interviews from a SLC Impeachment March.
Utah has only been my official home for a short time, but it has been a place that I've loved and felt close to ever since the first time I visited ten years ago. The beauty and the grandeur of the landscapes in the national parks and national monuments fill me with awe each time... Continue Reading →
The Ear Canal: Make Your Voice Heard!
Our National Monuments are under attack by a reckless regime in the United States government that sees no value beyond the bottom line. There is still time to make your voices heard. Visit this website before July 9, 2017 to leave a comment letting the government know that these designations are important for us and future... Continue Reading →
Hiking The Subway in Zion National Park has been something I've wanted to do ever since I saw the photos on my first visit. It always seemed impossible to plan with my spontaneous visits to the park. My previous attempts at getting a permit the day I visited had been unsuccessful, but this time Becca... Continue Reading →
Calling Salt Lake City Home
After two months on the road, 18 states, and countless nights slept in this tent (I could go back and count, but I'm not going to) Becca and I have finally landed in Salt Lake City, Utah with an apartment, a queen-size mattress or two, and a questionable heating/cooling system. Still, this is our new... Continue Reading →
Peek-a-Boo and Spooky slot canyons were some of the first slot canyons I ever visited. They remain my favorites of all that I've been to so far. The sinuous trails created by endless floods of water lead the imagination down a similarly winding journey; the amount of time it took to create these amazing formations, the... Continue Reading →
We made our way down to Capitol Reef, Neon Canyon/Golden Cathedral, Peek-a-Boo/Spooky Canyons, and Bryce this week. We experienced quite a bit including a rattlesnake in a slot canyon, hammocking overnight for the first time, and driving on way more washboard roads than I care to remember. This video is a little recap of our... Continue Reading →
50 Days on the Road!
We have been traveling across the US for 50 days! We've been biking, hiking, skiing, drinking, eating... I'll just let you see for yourself! This is just a quick teaser of what's to come! There will be weekly updates of full-length videos detailing some of the most amazing places we've been and the places we... Continue Reading →
Driving the western edge of Rocky Mountain National Park at dawn was like waking up but feeling like I’m still in a dream. Everything was soft and quiet, and there were no people except the occasional other driver. Shadow Mountain Lake was a hidden surprise just as the sun was thinking about cresting the horizon... Continue Reading →